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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

National Historic Oregon
Trail Interpretive Center

Site Accessibility

The Oregon Trail Interpretive Center is designed to be barrier free.

  • Although located atop a hill, the main parking lot and building are on one level.
  • Paved trails are designed at grades of 5% or less. Telescopes, shade shelters, benches and pullouts provide opportunities for rest and observation along the trails.
Paved trails are designed at grades of 5% or less Telescopes, shade shelters, benches and pullouts provide opportunities for rest and observation along the trails.
Wheelchairs and Strollers Availability. Hearing assistance devices are available by request to use in the theater and exhibits.
  • Wheelchairs and strollers are available to borrow during your visit to the Interpretive Center.
  • Hearing assistance devices are available by request to use in the theater and exhibits. Videos are close captioned.

Staff at the Interpretive Center can accommodate many other needs for accessibility. Please call ahead of your visit (541-523-1843) to plan for any additional concerns about fully utilizing the site, exhibits, and programs.